Atomic Puppet

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Atomic Puppet
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"It's Atomic Time!"
Genre: Animated comedy
Running Time: 11 minutes
Country: Canada
France
Release Date: July 18, 2016 – February 21, 2017
Network(s): Teletoon (Canada)
France 4 (France)
Disney XD (United States)
Created by: Mark Drop
Jerry Leibowitz
Distributed by: Gaumont Animation
Starring: Eric Bauza
Peter Oldring
Lisa Norton
Carlos Diaz
Kristina Knoll
Katie Griffin
David Huband
Seasons: 1
Episodes: 26 (52 segments)


Atomic Puppet is a Canadian-French cartoon that follows the adventures of Captain Atomic, who was transformed into a puppet by Mookie. In order to power up, he must be placed on middle-schooler Joey Felt's hand.

Why It Rocks

  1. The dynamic of Joey Felt and Captain Atomic (as a puppet) is entertaining.
  2. The show features an all-star cast, including Eric Bauza and Carlos Diaz.
  3. In "Sword Sisters", there was an interesting story arc which featured Pauline as a superhero.
  4. There are memorable villains the show has to offer, including Naughty Kitty and Mookie.
  5. In "Bucket List", Joey went back in time to meet his younger self, which was among the most heartwarming moments.
  6. The episode "Worm Boy" paid homage to "Spiderman", even when Joey becomes the titular hero after getting bitten by a silkworm.
  7. Despite the show's short-lived run, it was nominated for two Annie Awards and one Reuben Award.
  8. The flash animation is very decent, and it can give The Loud House's animation a run for it's money.
  9. Brilliant and lively soundtrack, including its theme song.
  10. The show's final episode "The Big Shift" ends on a cliffhanger, leaving possible ideas for a continuation.

Bad Qualities

  1. Many villains (including Ms. Erlenmeyer and Absorbo-Lad) swear that they will be back, but it never happens.
  2. Many episodes were filler.
  3. Rudolph Mintenberg can be annoying at times.
  4. There was an episode where Chief Kevlar punishes some of the town for no good reason.
  5. Sometimes, the father cares more about Bubbles (the family cat) than anything else.
  6. In the series finale, Mookie, while an iconic villain, publicly announces that he was responsible for Captain Atomic's "disappearance". In the second part, he crosses the line and makes Joey reveal his identity by using Phil as bait.

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